Uhm, yes. I am foreign, not brain dead ;).
Not with these two. Once they got past 55 or so, they started looking slightly different, enough to tell them apart. They even slowly developed subtle difference sin clothing.
As kids and younger men, though, it really was impossible. They looked alike. They dressed exactly alike. They went to college together. They ran a business together and still do. They told the same idiotic jokes and used the same idiotic puns at the same times. It was eerie at times.
The Jim Carey movie version is good and while I do get that they had to add a lot to make it a full length movie, there's just something about Boris Karloff narrating a Dr. Seuss book.
The truth may be out there but lies are in your head. Terry Pratchett
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